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Published 1979

Author of _Cover Up_ discusses the JFK assassination with emphasis on the
new evidence obtained by Congress and by himself through the Freedom of
Information Act; also features startling blowups of photographs of the

News: May, 1986
Recorded 1981
Gary Shaw film recorded July, 1978
Copyright July, 1979

* Note:
* The Alternative Information Network
* address in the video is no longer in use.

Run time 59:00
Producer Frank Morrow
Production Company Alternative Information Network
Audio/Visual sound, color
Language English


Co-hosts: Frank Morrow and Doug Kellner
Researcher: Mike Jankowski
Technical adviser: Brian Koenigsdorf


Reviewer: AlexJonesLemming - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - September 13, 2009
Subject: gross but not BAD
Yeah, "Faces of Death". "Dead Kennedy". Head wound. So? It happened.

Gary Shaw explains how it happened and more importantly how it DIDN'T HAPPEN.

Gary Shaw goes farther than some "physics-conspiracy buffs", because he discusses the political atmosphere surrounding John F. Kennedy, the different blocs of 'enemies' who hated Kennedy or who Kennedy ticked off by doing something SANE.

I don't remember if Shaw covers all this:
JFK had military enemies on the far right who wanted to invade Cuba and nuke the USSR. JFK made enemies in Big Oil in Texas by trimming their special tax breaks ... what a commie! JFK fired some CIA over Bay of Pigs. JFK beat Nixon, Allen Dulles' fave water boy. JFK sent in Fed Marshalls to enroll a black man in U-Miss, then Fed Troops to quell riots. JFK apparently was aiming at ending the Vietnam War, but not until after re-election. JFK was Catholic, and he liked European suits. Jackie liked the French.

Another video not on is called "Revision of Evidence". Lots and lots of live news footage from that day and days after. You can visually _SEE_ newscasters and politicians and detectives telling bald-faced lies and changing their stories. Walter Kronkite looks very uncomfortable being forced to say the FBI's original statement about the type of murder weapon (which had been broadcast repeatedly for one full news day) was incorrect, and now FBI says it was a different weapon ... as if the FBI couldn't figure out what weapons they were holding.

There is no "narrator" voice. Instead there is testimony from a Dallas cop-witness who was later killed. The first 20 minutes are very slow, before it gets going.
Reviewer: norton67 - favorite - December 18, 2007
Subject: the 1st 7:20 ....
will make you puke !